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Djokovic wins Australian Open a year after deportation - equals Nadal's Grand Slam record

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Novak Djokovic beat Stefanos Tsitsipas in three sets in the final in Melbourne. He has now equalled Rafael Nadal's Grand Slam record of 22 men's singles titles. It comes a year after he was deported from Australia because he refused to have the COVID vaccine.
Published 2 months ago · Melbourne, Australia

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